|Date: 2-27 February 2015|
| Venue: On tour throughout KZN
Here’s a thrilling participative drama aimed primarily at learners in school to enable them to make the right choices in life while there is still time.
Follow the journey of Zesu, a young boy from a well-off family, who commits a petty crime and lands in jail where he is abused by prison gangsters. Fighting for his life, he ends up paralyzed and HIV positive.
This powerful story drives home the question: “Is crime worth it?”
Young people will find this piece of drama quite inspiring, educational and entertaining. It highlights the importance of avoiding anti-social activities that might lead you into a situation with consequences you may later regret.